Links – Dec. 14, 2018

Im/migrants & refugees

7-Year-Old Migrant Girl Dies Of Dehydration And Shock In U.S. Border Patrol Custody NPR

Facilities nearing capacity as number of migrant kids detained by Trump admin hits another high Daily Kos

Trump Moves to Deport Vietnam War Refugees Atlantic

Labor

Tesla employees launch organizing drive with help of nationwide unions WKBW Buffalo

The Story Of Mine Mill audio
Reporter Julia Simon tells us about a radical miners’ union in Birmingham, Alabama. It laid the foundation for civil rights organizers in the South, and holds lessons for the future of labor.

“You’re Worth $1 Trillion. Why Do You Need Our $3 Billion?” Angry New Yorkers Confront Amazon Execs at City Council Meeting CommonDreams

Fight racism

The Legacy of the Confederacy at UNC-Chapel Hill and Why Student Workers are Striking Against It LeftVoice

Imperialism

Psychological War and Ideological Struggle Cuba Network

The Truth About Bernie Sanders’ “Yemen Bill” MPN
Why there’s nothing to celebrate in Bernie Sanders “Yemen Bill” aimed at ending the US involvement in Yemen. Here’s the loophole that allows for continued US involvement in Yemen.

A historian holds Britain to account for millions of deaths in a rare interview. You won’t see this on the BBC. The Canary

Black women

How I Went From Graduate School Student to Amazon Warehouse Janitor Slate
Why is it so hard for black women like me to find full-time work in our chosen fields?

France

Defying police repression, high school students continue protest in France Peoples Dispatch

The most uncomfortable truth about the yellow vests protests is that Macron can never offer what they actually want The Independent

The anger of the ‘gilets jaunes’ Le Monde Diplomatique

Venezuela

Venezuela Denounces US, Colombian Intervention Attempts. Prensa Latina


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